A kaleidoscope of color across the entire front yard has earned the property at 153 Edwards Road the Cheshire Garden Club’s Beauty Spot of the Month for August.
Property owner Jay Bozzuto – the gardener in the family - has planted evergreen shrubs and flowering trees to establish the structure to this beautiful property. Late summer flowering perennials, such as Rudbeckias (Black-eyed Susans) and pink ‘Double Delight’ Echinaceas are interplanted among dozen varieties of annuals, providing a true spectacle. Among the annuals are hanging plants with ‘Dragon’ Begonias and bicolor ’Wave’ Petunias. An attractively planted flower bed stretching from one side of the property to the other close to the house front as well as a separate little corner at the bottom of the driveway abound with eye-catching color. These include giant Dahlias; New Guinea Impatiens; Sun Impatiens; Portulaca; and several varieties of Petunias – just to name a few of these beauties.
Standing behind the Beauty Spot of the Month yard sign and holding up the engraved marble plaque are Jay and Michelle Bozzuto and their son Tyler.
Photo courtesy Cheshire Garden Club
Submitted by Inge Venus